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Continental Argotal 29 Inch MTB Tire
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Continental Argotal 29 Inch MTB Tire

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Mfg PartNum: 01506860000
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Meet The New Traction Boss In Town

Continental's brand new line of gravity tires has arrived! This means a full range of big, beefy, downhill-focused bruisers with no shortage of grip, tooth, cornering confidence, durability and monster traction available in four condition-specific models — from hardpack trails to loose and muddy downhill lines.

The Continental Argotal 29er is specifically designed for loose terrain with widely-spaced ramped single and dual-siped center tread patterning and substantial shoulder lugs for extra bite when things get extra rowdy, the Argotal 29er is ready to party, equally at home in the front or rear. Available in both 2.4" and 2.6" widths and three casing options — trail/endurance, enduro/soft, and downhill/soft or super-soft.


  • 29x2.4/2.6" tubeless ready clincher tire
  • Optimized for loose terrain
  • Widely-spaced ramped and siped lugs dig into loose, unstable terrain
  • Available in trail, enduro, or downhill casing options
  • Softness corresponds to casing varietal
  • 180/330/660 TPI
  • Weight: 1125g (2.4" enduro casing)

  • B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

    The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.



    Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 


    Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

    29 x 2.4 - Trail/Endurance

    Weight: 1040 grams

    Threads Per Inch: 180 

    Tire Width: 60mm (2.4in) 

    Mfg PartNum: 1506910000 

    29 x 2.6 - Trail/Endurance

    Weight: 1200 grams

    Threads Per Inch: 180 

    Tire Width: 65mm (2.6in) 

    Mfg PartNum: 1506920000 

    29 x 2.4 - Enduro/Soft

    Weight: 1125 grams

    Threads Per Inch: 330 

    Tire Width: 60mm (2.4in) 

    Mfg PartNum: 01506860000 

    29 x 2.6 - Enduro/Soft

    Weight: 1275 grams

    Threads Per Inch: 330 

    Tire Width: 65mm (2.6in) 

    Mfg PartNum: 1506880000 


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    Good tire good price
    by gdjones
    Casual Cyclist

    Good grip in most conditions and the base Trail casing is burlier than most competitions entry spec tires. The Trail/endurance casing feels roughly equivalent to the Maxxis EXO+ so It's not the stiffest casing but sturdy enough for most riders in most conditions. Set up was a bit of a pain, setting the bead was more difficult than others I've set up tubeless and they required more sealant than my previous Maxxis tires but that may be attributed more to the rims that the tires. On the trail running the Argotal on the front of my bike proved uneventful, Grip is good in wet and dry conditions, and I never felt like I was lacking when going into hard corners. Overall, for the price the Argotal in the Trail Casing is pretty hard to beat.

    Reviewed 6/7/2023
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    No bueno
    by Njdubbs
    San luis obispo
    0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Maybe its better on different trails, but the argotal did NOT perform on the loose, dry, chunky trails here on the central coast of Ca. I rode it 3 times on 3 different trail systems that I'm very familiar with and had the same sketchy out of control feeling. Maybe a person could get used to it, but why bother if its not immediately better than what you had before...

    Reviewed 9/28/2023
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    Argotal DH Supersoft
    by Anonymous

    Love this tire! Hate to say it but better than the Assegai in maxx grip it replaced on front. Casing is tough but comfortable. Grip is great. Also rolls way better than Assegai. Lite for what it is. My new winter tire of choice. Mounting was easier than fitting an insert with exo+ casing. Don't need an insert with this bad boy.

    Reviewed 1/26/2023
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